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Nonpoint

Live in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin, August, 2011

Review by Kat and Mike Heitzman

Clouds loomed overhead as the last storm just passed when Nonpoint took the stage. Immediately they threw themselves into performing one of the best shows we’d ever witnessed from them. The bass player, while clad in his hot pink attire and matching bass, showed no mercy on this crowd and played with fierceness. And of course singer and front man, Elias Soriano, controlled the crowd as we’d seen him do at so many Nonpoint shows in the past.

Mud pits were present all over the Shadow Hills Ranch and the crowds were covered in mud or soaked from rain, but still the show went on. The singer’s dreads flew through the air as he belted out such popular tunes such as, “What a Day” and “Bullet with a Name” with ease.


Kat Heitzman
 
Kat Heitzman
   

This was a huge arena to see a show. The sound just flowed through the immense “Ranch.” The entire crowd welcomed Nonpoint on that dreary day. Their music seems to please all types of music lovers, and there were many, shall we say, “types” at this event.

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This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2011  Volume 5 at lulu.com/strangesound.
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